Marble plaque on wall in St Mary's Church.

For God King and Country

To the Glory of God, and in grateful and glorious memory
of the brave men who, in the Great War,
"At the call of King and Country, left all that was dear to them, endured hardness,
faced danger, and finally passed out of the sight of men by the path of duty and
self-sacrifice, giving up their own lives that others might live in freedom."
1914 - 1918.

Henry J. Gillam Lieut. R.N.R.
James Baxter E.R.A., R.N.
Arthur Dennis Stoker R.N.R.
James H. Scott Steward R.N.R.
William Swanton Steward R.N.R.
George Wiltshire Stoker R.N.R.
Arthur Fox M.C. Capt. 1st K.S.L.I.
E.Newland Finney 2nd Lieut.1st Batt.LNR.
Charles J. Henwood Sergt. 5th Dgn.Gds.
Alfred L. Tapper Corpl. M.T., R.A.S.C.
Reginald P. Fletcher L/Corpl. 1st Hants

Edwin Dennis Spr. R.E.
James Heath Gnr. R.G.A., Hants
Edwin L. Heath Spr. R.E.
Thomas Heath Pte. 5th Hants
Frank C. Gregory Pte. 42nd Can.R.Hgls.
Gordon D. Jones Pte. 2nd Dgn.Gds.
David Dolphin Sergt-Major Royal Wors.

George P. LeFeuvre Pte. 6th Wiltshire
Leonard G. Lyne Pte. Somerset L.I.
Joseph W. Moses Spr. R.E.
Robert H. Moses Pte. 1st Hants
Ernest C. Phillips Rfn. 2nd Rifle Bgde.
Jim Sidaway Pte. 9th Lancers
Morris Sidaway Pte. 2nd Hants
Arthur Snook Gnr. R.G.A.
Fred J. Webb Gnr. R.G.A.
Theodore J. Webb Gnr. R.G.A.
Edward J. Wiltshire Pte. 14th Hants

"Their name liveth for evermore."

White marble tablet on wall in St Mary's Church.

To the Glory of God
and in loving,
grateful memory of
Arthur Fox, M.C.,
Captain 1st Batt. King's Shropshire
Light Infantry,
killed in action May 8th 1917, in France,
buried at Philosophe, Mazingarbe,
aged 20 years,
these choir stalls are dedicated.
Blessed are the pure in heart: for
they shall see God. Matt.V.8.
Psalm XL. [1-8.]